Ms Sarah Wydall
BA (Hons) MMU; M.Sc. Surrey; PGCTHE(Distincti
- CRM0220 - Qualitative Research Methods
- CRM0120 - Criminology & Criminal Justice Theory
- CRM0520 - Crime, Violence and Abuse
Domestic abuse and older people: Factors influencing help-seekingWydall, S. & Zerk, R. 2017 In : Journal of Adult Protection.19, 5, p. 247-26014 p.
Access to Justice for Victims/Survivors of Elder Abuse: A Qualitative StudyClarke, A., Williams, J. & Wydall, S. 2016 In : Social Policy and Society.15, 2, p. 207-22014 p.
A safe space? Creating opportunities for domestic violence victims to remain in the family home.Clarke, A. & Wydall, S. 2015 In : Criminal Justice Matters.99, 1, p. 20-21
Clarke, A., Williams, J, Wydall, S. (2015) ‘Access to justice for victims of elder abuse’ Social Policy & Society Cambridge Journal (first view) pp.1-14Wydall, S., Williams, J. & Clarke, A. 2015 In : Social Policy and Society.p. 114 p.
Wydall, S., Boaler, R. (2015) ‘Crimes against & Abuse of Older People in Wales' commissioned by the Older People's CommissionerWydall, S. & Zerk, R. 2015 Older People’s Commissioner for Wales. 91 p.
Access to Justice and Elder AbuseWydall, S. 2014
‘Pity oppresses’: Victim-centred rhetoric and diminishing opportunities for emancipatory research in practiceWydall, S. 2014
Domestic Abuse –Enabling Disclosure: Increasing confidence in crime reporting, in particular amongst vulnerable and priority groups across Dyfed Powys force areaBoaler, R. R. & Wydall, S. 2014 Prifysgol Aberystwyth | Aberystwyth University.
“Cultural Iatrogenesis” in Health and Social Care Decision-Making in Cases of Elder AbuseWydall, S. 2013
From 'Rights to Action': practitioners' perceptions of the needs of children experiencing domestic violenceClarke, A. & Wydall, S. 2013 In : Child and Family Social Work.p. n/a
Making Safe: A coordinated community response to empowering victims and tackling perpetrators of domestic violenceClarke, A. & Wydall, S. 2013 In : Social Policy and Society.12, 3, p. 393-406
Protecting older victims of abuse who lack capacity: the role of the Independent Mental Capacity AdvocateWilliams, J., Wydall, S. & Clarke, A. 2013 In : Elder Law Journal.3, 2, p. 167-1748 p.
An Evaluation of the ‘Access to Justice’ Pilot Project.Clarke, A. H., Wydall, S., Williams, J. R. & Boaler, R. R. 2012 Welsh Government. 71 p.
Dyfed Powys Profiling StudyWydall, S. & Boaler, R. R. 2012
The Making Safe Scheme: methodological challenges when working with 'vulnerable' groupsWydall, S. 2011
Describing and Assessing Interventions to address Anti-Social Behaviour: Key findings from a study of ASB practiceClarke, A. H., Williams, K. S., Wydall, S. M., Gray, P., Liddle, M. & Smith, A. 2011 Home Office. 54 p. (Home Office Research Report)
Developing interventions for perpetrators of domestic abuseWydall, S. 2011
How practitioners perceive and respond to the needs of children and young people experiencing domestic abuseWydall, S. 2011
Making Safe – Trials, Tribulations and Methodological IssuesWydall, S. 2011
A qualitative study of the perceived comparative effectiveness of interventions to address anti-social behaviourClarke, A., Wydall, S. & Williams, K. S. 2010 Home Office.
Risk assessments and safety management - a shift in theory and practice?Wydall, S. 2010
An evaluation of multi-agency working with children and young people who are experiencing the effects of domestic abuse in the Communities First area of Penparcau and Aberystwyth WestClarke, A. H. & Wydall, S. M. 2010 Welsh Government. 76 p.
Making Safe - Preliminary findings and methodological challengesWydall, S. & Clarke, A. 2009
School Inclusion: From Ideology to PracticeWydall, S. 2009
Contextualizing domestic abuse – meanings of justiceWydall, S. & Clarke, A. 2009
School Inclusion and Exclusion: A Scoping ExerciseClarke, A., Wydall, S. & Williams, K. S. 2009 Reducing Crime, Disorder and Anti-Social Behaviour: Hotspotting Workshop organised by Dyfed Powys Criminal Justice Board and the Home Office July 2008.
Towards more inclusive practices for vulnerable children and young peopleWydall, S. 2009
An Evaluation of the Introduction of a Youth Inclusion Programme in Rural WalesClarke, A., Williams, K. S. & Wydall, S. 2008
Ideology in practice: Multi-agency responses to school exclusionWydall, S. 2008
Is there a relationship between school exclusion and onward offending behaviour?Wydall, S. 2008
Nothing Works! – Examining restorative justice conferencing responses to violent crimeWilliams, K., Wydall, S. & Clarke, A. 2007
Delivering cognitive skills programmes in prisonsClarke, A., Simmonds, R. & Wydall, S. 2005
Delivering cognitive skills programmes in Prison: a qualitative studyClarke, A., Simmonds, R. & Wydall, S. 2004 Home Office. 44 p.